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Mapping and Mobilising Conditions for Youth Wellbeing: A (prototype) tool for team reflection, planning and action

By Paul McGregor | December 20, 2017

Do you want to better understand how well your organisation or community is contributing to the conditions for youth wellbeing? This is the tool for you!

The Mapping and Mobilising tool provides a framework to support organisations and cross-sector groups …

How to: Host Open Space

By Toni Reid | October 13, 2017

If there is one thing we’ve learnt through hosting the Flourishing Fellowship programme, is that there is so much wisdom within the group. One way to harness and share that group is to host an Open Space.

The concept of …

Creating Group Kawa (Culture): Ko Wai Au Worksheet

By Toni Reid | September 25, 2017

Think back to the last time you joined a new group of people. Perhaps you started a new job, turned up to a meetup group, or attended a training workshop. Did you have the opportunity to contribute to the culture …

Community Hackathon Manual

Lifehack Weekend Event: Manual

By Gina Rembe | July 19, 2017

This Weekend Event manual is a facilitation tool that can bring together a group of diverse humans to support local community projects. This structure aims to empower participants and project holders to demonstrate that everyone has skills and knowledge to …

Facilitator’s Guide & Worksheets: Everyday Wellbeing Design Challenge

By Gina Rembe | September 5, 2016


In 2015 we ran a design challenge to promote everyday wellbeing, in collaboration with Massey University.

Having recognised the value of the students gaining a creative insight into wellbeing frameworks such as 5 Ways To Wellbeing and Te Whare …

Lifehack Labs 2014 – The Handbook

By Gina Rembe | January 12, 2015

The Lifehack Labs Handbook is now available for anyone, not just the participants of the Lifehack Labs 2014 programme.